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It's my turn now


In  the last one month when almost everybody around me fell sick, took antibiotics and recovered  I was genuinely feeling left out. I told my friends too, "Why not me?" This is not normal. Every time any new virus-on-prowl catches me first and then gets passed on to anybody else. It has been like this since forever.

But, better late than never. It has struck me, finally. That tells me that my system is working fine. :)

Come on cells, attack the invader, don't let it escape. I can feel the action with the swollen tonsils and pyrexia. You all have rested for almost a year. Don't be lazy now. Get going. I need you.

Comments

Mayuri said…
ok Miss Immunology Geek.

when you worry about a system failure becoz its not getting that antigen boost or whatever... that is when I would start worrying about you.

:)

Get well soon please dear acchoo.
Angika said…
I like the photo. I imagined you like that in your room and started laughing :D Hahahahahaha!
Shazia said…
@ Mayuri
I was just trying to be geeky. Actually I am not. I am "Filmy". :D

@ Angika
I was lying in bed just like that, the first day. :)
Archon said…
Arre Shazia you should be careful what you wish for!!!. No fun to be sick. Get well soon. Will see you in a month :)

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